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#16 JRJ OFFLINE  

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Posted April 16, 2013 - 08:41 AM

Why do you feel it is cheaper than dealing with the solid state, I would think the solid state would be more reliable.  Those little suckers are sure expensive,

 

 

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Posted April 16, 2013 - 10:04 AM

I think im gonna put in an offer on the ebay one I referenced. Still cheaper than dealing with the solid state!

 

I would have used "buy it now" to ensure getting it.  These don't come along often!



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Posted April 17, 2013 - 07:46 AM

first off, the solid state is on the replacement engine, not the original that I have. Yea, I could still use it and use the original sheet metal on the engine, but i think its shot. New or even used ones are just too expensive for my liking. They might be more reliable, but since I have the stuff to change back to points, I like them better since they are considerably cheaper. On this engine, they are easy to service since they are on the back of the engine. Just my preference.

Why do you feel it is cheaper than dealing with the solid state, I would think the solid state would be more reliable.  Those little suckers are sure expensive,

 

 

Dick






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